How To Feed
Newsfeeds (sometimes referenced by their formats, such as RSS or Atom) allow you, the reader, to access the content of this site (or any other providing a ‘feed’) via a program called a newsreader, without having to deal with all the nasty, ugly visual elements of the design–ok, I know this is a really lame explanation of feeds, but I’ve spent literally minutes attempting to write something better than Dave Shea’s description of rss syndication, and since I can’t, well, there you have it.
Soupe du Jour of the Day
At present, our menu features the following delicacies (imported fresh, daily):
Primary Feeds: Full Text | Comments
Secondary Feeds: Ephemera | Blogroll
Simply clicking one of these links will open the feed in your newsreader of choice.
Need a newsreader? No problem–just check out one of these fine hyperlinks: NetNewsWire (Mac), FeedDemon (PC), or for you “web-application-lovers” (I just know there’s an alt.web.2.0.application.sex.ducttape.gerbils on some newsgroup server somewhere…), try BlogLines or NewsGator Online.